Friday, January 2, 2015

Gypsy Hunted by Andrea Drew Book Review "20 out of 20 Stars!"

Gypsy Hunted Book Review....20 out of 20 Stars! Exceptional Read!

Reluctant psychic Gypsy Shields (she prefers the term "intuition consultant") finds herself in trouble when, on her way home from a blind date, she interrupts a kidnapping in progress. Her heroic attempt to intervene is repaid with a collision between the attacker's van and a brick wall. She awakens in hospital, paralyzed on her left side and unable to speak. Unable to share vital information about the crime she witnessed. Fortunately, her telepathic connection with her niece helps her throw a line out, attracting the attention of a police detective: Connor Reardon, Gypsy's date the night of the attack.

Stepping in to protect Gypsy, Connor even listens to her claims of psychic power. She soon senses he's concealing certain powers of his own. Nor are they all he's concealing. A part of Gypsy's new ally's mind is closed to her”"what she cannot know is that Connor suspects the kidnapper is someone close to him, and the victim holds secrets that will tear through Connor's department, putting careers and lives at risk. Including Gypsy's, as she is left recovering in hospital and vulnerable as the attacker turns his sights on her once again. Can she use her powers to track down the perpetrator in time to prevent her own murder?

What a magnificent suspense! This author is a true master of story telling! I read this book all the way through in one sitting, it was just that good! I really had a hard time putting it down! Gypsy Shields  and Connor are fantastic characters and are both extremely believable and realistic as is the story and plot. The back story and character development of each of the main characters in the book is extremely well done. The book flows at a nice, consistent pace and it didn't drag at all at any time in the story and I did not need to go back and re-read anything to understand it. The scene settings, descriptions of the characters themselves, action scenes, and dialogue was written so brilliantly that this reader had absolutely no trouble with "seeing" everything, that is just how good this author is with description and scene setting. The amount of conflict was perfect and there was sufficient time in between each climax in the book. The relationship between Gypsy and Connor moved at a realistic and believable pace. Overall, I highly recommend this book, it was absolutely amazing!

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